As with most consoles, the Nintendo Switch is heavily locked down so that only approved software can run on the system.
Among the games that are a potential contender for the Direct include Super Smash Bros. and Pokemon for the Nintendo Switch. Until March 2018, the firm plans to sell 14 million units. The Switch has been a great home for indie titles as well, so more games from smaller developers are likely to come up at a Nintendo presentation.
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Nintendo did a lot right in 2017. "As a publisher, salesperson, marketer and representative of Nintendo, it's a once-in-a-career kind of year". Nintendo Switch is both a Nintendo handheld and console that can be docked and this allows for the company to pool their development resources, The result is a game like Super Mario Odyssey being able to release in the launch year of the Nintendo Switch.
With no core Mario or Zelda title planned for the foreseeable future, Nintendo will have to rely on its other intellectual properties and third-party titles to carry it through next year. While hugely popular first-person shooters such as Call of Duty may not find a home on the Switch soon, the platform has become a fertile ground for indie developers. The Nintendo Switch has been changing that for the company however, with both DOOM and Skyrim coming to the Nintendo Switch, and Wolfenstein II also heading to the platform. But it's worth noting the exploit and subsequent homebrew will only work on Switch consoles running firmware version 3.0.0. Kirby Star Allies, Metroid Prime 4, Shin Megami Tensei, and the untitled Yoshi game are popular contenders.
"I think a lot of developers are seeing the Switch as a huge opportunity to reach out to what has typically been a user base of Nintendo franchises. and introduce their IPs to the Mario fans".